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Man dies while carrying out cleaning work inside a silo in Capira
The Meritorious Fire Department reported that the work to recover the body of the man who was trapped inside the silo lasted more than two hours.
A man of approximately 50 years of age died this Thursday, August 12, while carrying out cleaning work inside a silo located in a company in Capira, Panama Oeste province.
The Meritorious Fire Department reported that the man was trapped by bird feed contained in the silo.
The product was reported to have come off while the man was doing the cleaning work.
Rubén Madrid, from the Meritorious Fire Department, said that the work to recover the body of this man lasted more than two hours.
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